4 Things to Know Before Training to Administer Dermal Fillers
Injectables are designed to manage signs of aging, improve volume loss as well as look natural. If you are wondering about whether you’d like to be trained to administer dermal fillers, here are 4 things you should know:
- What are fillers made of?
Dermal fillers, unlike other types of cosmetic fillers, are made of hyaluronic acid which is naturally found in the skin. It has the ability to restore moisture in the skin and is therefore great for giving the desired plump and hydrated look. Not only can it act as a filler, but it can also encourage the body’s natural production of hyaluronic acid which will continue to help the skin appear healthier and younger.
- How long do dermal fillers last?
One of the reasons dermal fillers are becoming increasingly popular is because they last for so long and are so effective at reducing wrinkles quickly. The results of a single appointment can last for around 3 to 6 months depending on the location of the injection.
- How visible is filler?
If you receive proper training on injecting dermal fillers then the procedures you undertake should leave natural and subtle results. The goal of a great cosmetic therapist is imperceptibility. People will notice a more radiant and youthful complexion, but they won’t see signs of obvious filler use if you’ve done your job correctly.
- How adjustable are filler mistakes?
If your client is unhappy with the outcome of using dermal fillers, or a medical need to remove it, there is no need to panic. You can inject more filler to correct the concern or you can dissolve it and remove the hyaluronic acid completely. One of the great things about dermal fillers is that they are temporary, can be adjusted according to customer wishes and mistakes can be rectified.
Now it’s your turn…
If you are considering training with dermal fillers, chat to the team at CPD Institute of Australia.
We are leaders in cosmetic and injectables training for clinical professionals. With a personalised approach to learning, small class sizes, and hands-on exercises, you’ll get the best training to help your clients look and feel their best.